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Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love. I have never been a brave mouse... but lately, my fears were taking over my life! Soon I was too afraid even to leave my mousehole. That's when Thea and Trap decided to cure me. The Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love. I have never been a brave mouse... but lately, my fears were taking over my life! Soon I was too afraid even to leave my mousehole. That's when Thea and Trap decided to cure me. They dragged me away on an airplane (I'm afraid of flying!) all the way to the jungle. There I was forced to eat bug soup, climb trees as high as skyscrapers, swim in raging rivers, and even wrangle snakes! How would a 'fraidy mouse like me ever survive?


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Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love. I have never been a brave mouse... but lately, my fears were taking over my life! Soon I was too afraid even to leave my mousehole. That's when Thea and Trap decided to cure me. The Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love. I have never been a brave mouse... but lately, my fears were taking over my life! Soon I was too afraid even to leave my mousehole. That's when Thea and Trap decided to cure me. They dragged me away on an airplane (I'm afraid of flying!) all the way to the jungle. There I was forced to eat bug soup, climb trees as high as skyscrapers, swim in raging rivers, and even wrangle snakes! How would a 'fraidy mouse like me ever survive?

30 review for Four Mice Deep in the Jungle

  1. 5 out of 5

    Vivaan

    I liked this book because there were courses in the jungle. It was so crazy and super cool. My favourite character in this book as Penelope and dr shrinkfur because both of them were really funny and wacky. The part I didn't like in this book as they did not get Bruce hyena in this book. bruce hyena is the best an would have made this book a lot better as he is an adventurous mouse. he would have loved to join in this adventure and he is also my favourite character. I think the funniest part was I liked this book because there were courses in the jungle. It was so crazy and super cool. My favourite character in this book as Penelope and dr shrinkfur because both of them were really funny and wacky. The part I didn't like in this book as they did not get Bruce hyena in this book. bruce hyena is the best an would have made this book a lot better as he is an adventurous mouse. he would have loved to join in this adventure and he is also my favourite character. I think the funniest part was when tubby fell in the river. I was laughing really hard. I wouldn't say it was a very bad book but I guess its good. I really wish that they could write another version of this book with bruce hyena in it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hayleam

    That book was a pretty interesting book because Geronimo Stilton goes on a adventure which sounds like a good idea at the time, but it WAS NOT!!!!! He goes to jungle, he starts to get scared because he has to sleep outside with the bugs and bats.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emmar

    WOW I LOVED THIS BOOK I LOVE ADVENTURE BOOKS AND TRAVELING AND DOING THOSE THINGS MYSELF BUT THIS BOOK WAS LIKE WOW WOW WOW AWESOME IT TOOK ME A WHILE TO FINNISH BUT I LOVED THE BOOK. FROM:EMMA.R

  4. 5 out of 5

    Archita

    I read all the Gerinimo Stilton books when I was in second to third grade.

  5. 5 out of 5

    radhika morabia

    remember when I was going to read Proust this year? this compares, in a way. The first book in this series was seriously bad, but I really enjoyed this one in particular. I think I'm going to be bingeing the whole series, so get ready to see a whole lot of me gushing over this materialist protagonist who constantly gets separated from his creature comforts (does anything describe my life more?). remember when I was going to read Proust this year? this compares, in a way. The first book in this series was seriously bad, but I really enjoyed this one in particular. I think I'm going to be bingeing the whole series, so get ready to see a whole lot of me gushing over this materialist protagonist who constantly gets separated from his creature comforts (does anything describe my life more?).

  6. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Sammut

    I was doing my best to read this in one sitting yesterday to complete one of the two books I had planned to read in order to finish my reading challenge for 2020 but other things got in the way such as exchanging certain items of clothing, buying bookmarks and spending time with my family it being the end of the year and all. I was very close to finishing it with about 30 pages left but I prioritised my family and mulled wine over reading as one should. Now, this is officially my first read of 2 I was doing my best to read this in one sitting yesterday to complete one of the two books I had planned to read in order to finish my reading challenge for 2020 but other things got in the way such as exchanging certain items of clothing, buying bookmarks and spending time with my family it being the end of the year and all. I was very close to finishing it with about 30 pages left but I prioritised my family and mulled wine over reading as one should. Now, this is officially my first read of 2020 and I can't say I'm disappointed because this book hit me right in the feels. It's such a nostalgic book because I remember it being the book that got me into reading in the first place and I even spent a time not capable of understanding that I should read books by different authors, thinking that Geronimo Stilton was the only author worth reading and him not even being the actual author which is rather ironic hahaha. The second book I wished to finish reading yesterday was a monk's guide to a clean house and mind. I think that that's enough rambling for one review so I'm going to start by sharing my actual thoughts regarding the book and then mentioning what it's about in a brief and concise manner which will be a rather difficult challenge. I enjoyed reading this book and was sad when it was over although expected. I only gave it 3 stars (not implying that 3 stars is bad in any way by the way) because I read so many great books over the years and to be honest it would be quite unfair if I had to give this one 5 stars because of the nostalgia. However, it is written brilliantly and in the usual fun way it's written in, with all the various fonts, sizes and colours and the matching illustrations. At one point, the pictures weren't in sync with the story and were just a page or 2 behind but that still kind of annoyed me a bit. I look forward to reading more Geronimo books this year and there's nothing to be ashamed of just because it's a book aimed towards children It was short and sweet and certainly a great way to both end a year and start a fresh one with. It's about when Geronimo became aware that his fears were preventing him from doing even what he loves, writing and publishing books and therefore seeks the help of a psychiatrist. The latter tells him to face his fears and we later found out that he'd told Geronimo's family about a certain Penelope Poisonfur who takes Geronimo and a few other mice to the jungle after seducing/tricking him into signing a formula that said that if he didn't do whatever she said for a week he'd have to pay 1 million dollars and our protagonist certainly didn't have that amount of money. She was blackmailing him into exercising and facing his fears not to mention teaching him first aid and certain tricks and tips regarding how to use a compass and survive in the wild. Come to think of it, he didn't really learn how to use a compass, only how to climb a tree and facing his fear of heights in said case. He made many new friends and saved 2 of them. I enjoyed how it was split into 7 days of the week detailing what happened each day. It was also quite awesome how the activities were never boring or repetitive. The irony in certain points was also hilarious and made me smile since I don't laugh for silly reasons any more, my life is too pointless to be that enjoyable. One such example is when Geronimo was swinging a poisonous snake atop his head and didn't realise that it was venomous... At certain points, the book did become slightly drastic which is something I might have overlooked when I was younger but the them of Geronimo being killed or dying is explored more than once and that's slightly creepy but still is somehow made to sound wholesome. The undertones are not so sincere hahaha, relax. That's all I have to say regarding this book and I truly wish whoever reads these a Happy New Year 2021, you truly deserve it after devastating 2020. I also understand that this is not a blog but there isn't much more to say about this slim 110 paged book. I plan on finishing a monk's guide to a clean house and mind, paper towns or a monster calls next since I made a new year's resolution where I won't be reading multiple books I've already started at the same time if they're in the same genre and plan on finishing one prior to starting the next. For all I know I might finish reading all of them by the end of the week...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nicole - Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die-

    5 -Geronimo is a fraidy mouse and needs to face his fears -stars "Each of us must confront our own fears, must come face to face with them. How we handle our fears will determine where we go with the rest of our lives. To experience adventure or to be limited by the fear of it." Geronimo has always been a fraidy mouse: from the fear of flying to the fear of small bugs. Suddenly, it has become that he is afraid of everything! He never leaves his house now! He thinks that everything is out to 5 -Geronimo is a fraidy mouse and needs to face his fears -stars "Each of us must confront our own fears, must come face to face with them. How we handle our fears will determine where we go with the rest of our lives. To experience adventure or to be limited by the fear of it." Geronimo has always been a fraidy mouse: from the fear of flying to the fear of small bugs. Suddenly, it has become that he is afraid of everything! He never leaves his house now! He thinks that everything is out to get him and does not know why he has become so fearful! His family is now worried about him and tricks him by sending him to a boot camp to get rid of his fears in the middle of the jungle. Now left alone with a group of people who are in the same boat and has to learn to face his fear by helping his friends with their fears. Will he get over his fear or be afraid of his own shadow for the rest of his mousey life? This was a really cute short story to read! I was waiting for a couple of books that I placed on hold in the library, so I thought I should relive the stories that I read during my childhood. This was a really interesting plot about how Geronimo suddenly become afraid of everything and assume anything can kill him! I like how this book promotes friendship and no matter what makes you scared, if you have great friends to get you through it then you have nothing to be afraid of! I cannot wait to read the rest of the series and see what other adventures are in store for Geronimo.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alton

    this book is full of survival with other mates of his mountain climbing course with a strict teacher named p.p(Penelope poisonfur) it all start with sudden fear to everything with Geronimo of spiders, isolated room, etc. then his cousins and Benjamin went to a secret place which others knew but not him, the ratty trap jungle with all the thing which he doesn't like. 7 days of course with amazing new friends was very good eating insect burgers, soup and all other. and p.p became one very importan this book is full of survival with other mates of his mountain climbing course with a strict teacher named p.p(Penelope poisonfur) it all start with sudden fear to everything with Geronimo of spiders, isolated room, etc. then his cousins and Benjamin went to a secret place which others knew but not him, the ratty trap jungle with all the thing which he doesn't like. 7 days of course with amazing new friends was very good eating insect burgers, soup and all other. and p.p became one very important mouse to Geronimo and last part of survival was spinning a snake around and by mistake Geronimo took a very dangerous snake. and this was very good part. and last thing was that he wants to take p.p for a dinner until she never orders bugs, or other insects.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie Gonzalez

    This book is different from other books. I like how even if its a chapter book the author and editor made it fun and enjoyable to read. The words have word art so when your reading you can feel the tone of the story! This story is about how Geronimo who is a mouse is afraid and his friends try helping him get read of that fear. I just really like all the colors and different things going on with the words.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Basia

    I loved everything about the book. This one will forever be my favourite book in the Geronimo Stilton series. I loved the change in how they use the funny fonts and incorporate them to be a part of the main paragraphs rather than just repeat things that had already been written, as was done in the previous books. I loved the characters and the plot, despite the phobia-curing course being a bit iffy. Can't wait to hopefully come across these characters in future books! I loved everything about the book. This one will forever be my favourite book in the Geronimo Stilton series. I loved the change in how they use the funny fonts and incorporate them to be a part of the main paragraphs rather than just repeat things that had already been written, as was done in the previous books. I loved the characters and the plot, despite the phobia-curing course being a bit iffy. Can't wait to hopefully come across these characters in future books!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Belyea

    Thea and Trap think that the only way to cure Geronimo of his many fears is to send him out into the middle of the jungles, leaving him to fend for himself! Dami returns with more laughs, heart and lots of charm in this exciting entry to the "Geronimo Stilton" series. Make sure you have no snakes underfoot as you read along on this fun adventure! Thea and Trap think that the only way to cure Geronimo of his many fears is to send him out into the middle of the jungles, leaving him to fend for himself! Dami returns with more laughs, heart and lots of charm in this exciting entry to the "Geronimo Stilton" series. Make sure you have no snakes underfoot as you read along on this fun adventure!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Liz Staab

    In this adventure, Geronimo confessed that he has several somewhat irrational fears and his family tries to help him face them. As someone who, admitting, has a couple irrational fears, I identified with Geronimo a lot and wasn’t too fond of the way his family treated him. But, it all works out in the end, as per usual.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Linder

    "Four Mice Deep in the Jungle" is a good book for younger kids. I am in 8th grade and it was too easy for me. Maybe if I was i 2nd or 3rd grade, I would probably like it. I wouldn't really recommend this to any of my friends. "Four Mice Deep in the Jungle" is a good book for younger kids. I am in 8th grade and it was too easy for me. Maybe if I was i 2nd or 3rd grade, I would probably like it. I wouldn't really recommend this to any of my friends.

  14. 5 out of 5

    isabelle

    yeeeee look at me go. geronimo stilton's somehow become a key part of my language stuff? watched the show for a while in german, and now i'm apparently collecting the books too. poor geronimo, i really feel for you buddy (but u really should've read that contract before you signed it) yeeeee look at me go. geronimo stilton's somehow become a key part of my language stuff? watched the show for a while in german, and now i'm apparently collecting the books too. poor geronimo, i really feel for you buddy (but u really should've read that contract before you signed it)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Emily Traasdahl

    good book

  16. 5 out of 5

    JerrieSpeaksUp

    This was a lot of fun! I appreciate how the author doesn’t dumb down young readers in this series. Poor Geronimo learned how to conquer his fears in a very unorthodox Stilton way.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Xen

    Definitely not my favorite in this series. It's just weird, I mean really weird. The kind of weird where you can't like it anymore. Short review: BLECH! Definitely not my favorite in this series. It's just weird, I mean really weird. The kind of weird where you can't like it anymore. Short review: BLECH!

  18. 5 out of 5

    snowwhite_says

    My little sister is obsessed with these books! And this one was one my faves growing up! It stands the test of time😂

  19. 4 out of 5

    Yun Hui

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. He and his cousin rushed to the airport when he finds someone hot. He signs a paper and goes to the jungle. there was a plan hidden in this trip.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Booknerdreads Grace Haddad

    Cute!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    I've liked all the other Geronimo Stilton books I've read so far but I didn't like this one at all. I've liked all the other Geronimo Stilton books I've read so far but I didn't like this one at all.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Maya Chinzenschi

    Super funny!

  23. 4 out of 5

    CHEYENNE

    Such a fun book to read out loud to my 8 yr old (and 11 yr old joins in sometimes). This is also an audio book that the girls will listen to at night.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Neha

    we should always face our fears

  25. 4 out of 5

    Anay Naik

    It was such an amazing, extraordinary, and spectacular book. It was the finest of all. the adventures geronimo had were frightening and super interesting. It was a superb book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Shipley

    Had a great time reading this to my daughter.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Esmeraldo

    Very fun and educational. Also understandable.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Eve

    I read that to my little cousin. Cute story.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alexandre

    Rate it 4.5 wish It was a bit longer

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lilli Gilliam

    Why is it that Geronimo's adventures always have disasters in it??:) Why is it that Geronimo's adventures always have disasters in it??:)

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